Ladycroft Park nestles on the northern edge of the historic Oxfordshire village of Blewbury, and has some lovely plots with views across open countryside. This park has live on park managers and a real community feel. It is the perfect place to relax and enjoy your retirement.
Streams pass through the older part of the village of Blewbury, which contains a number of timber framed houses and other attractive buildings of various ages. The stone Church was originally Saxon although it has undergone numerous changes since then, the original tower was moved from the centre of the church to the west end and it contains a peal of 8 bells, which were repaired and re-hung for the celebration of the millennium.
There are a number of springs that arise at the foot of the chalk downs, some of which feed a small lake known as the “Watercress Beds”, unsurprisingly this is because watercress used to be cultivated there. From here and elsewhere tributaries feed the Mill Brook which carries the water to the Thames at Wallingford. Blewbury Mill on this Mill Brook is said to be where blotting paper was discovered.
Ladycroft Park is ideally situated being only three miles south of Didcot and 14 miles from the renowned University town of Oxford.
It is an ideal location for those seeking an old fashioned, peaceful lifestyle away from the hustle and bustle of the city life yet located conveniently with easy reach of London and Birmingham. There is also a bus stop located outside of the park which connects with the local villages and their amenities.